Current± caught up with newly-appointed chair of the LowCVP Philip Sellwood to discuss the forthcoming Transport Decarbonisation Plan and how transport has become a multi-sector agenda.
Liam Stoker delivers his verdict on the Committee on Climate Change’s 2020 progress report and its calls for the government to – finally – grasp the nettle and deliver change in line with its net zero ambitions.
The Committee on Climate Change (CCC) has called on ministers to seize the opportunity and commit to a low-carbon recovery from COVID-19.
Green firms operating in the energy industry have higher profitability on average, with the sector able to provide a framework for hard to decarbonise industries.
A new government fund is to help pay for connection costs to enable the installation of high-powered charging (HPC) at motorway sites across England.
Grants of £4,000 are to replace the domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI), the government has announced as part of several heat proposals.
The rules and regulations of the Capacity Market (CM) may be changed the government has said, due to the impact of COVID-19 on holders of capacity agreements.
Ex-Labour leader Ed Miliband has been announced as the new shadow energy secretary as he makes a return to the shadow cabinet.
Emissions reductions 'need to start being delivered', DfT says as it outlines decarbonisation priorities
The government has outlined its priorities for its Transport Decarbonisation Plan, slated for publication in Autumn 2020.